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James Madison University Uses VDI Driving Simulators Proving Them Effective in Changing Behaviors Associated with Distracted Driving

James Madison University Uses VDI Driving Simulators with One Simple Decision. Software Used in Study Proving Them Effective in Training and Changing Behaviors – James Madison’s study confirms that driving simulators using first-person, consequence-based training may be a powerful tool to add to the arsenal of strategies designed to prevent distracted driving, which is a prevalent, unsafe behavior leading to unnecessary deaths.

US Post Offices Uses VDI Simulators to Reduce Crashes

U.S. Postal Service Uses VDI Simulators to Train Drivers – After the U.S. Postal Service implemented VDI’s Virtual HD program in 2015, they saw a 7% reduction in accidents in New York and have reduced crashes in Tampa as well.

Lehigh Valley Health Network Uses VDI Driving Simulators in Study Proving Them Successful

VDI Driving Simulators and One Simple Decision Software Used in Study Proving Them Effective in Training and Changing Behaviors – Lehigh Valley Health Network conducted an extensive, four-year simulation study focused on the educational effectiveness of driving simulators. LVHN’s study confirmed that driving simulators using first-person, consequence-based training play a significant role in raising the knowledge about the dangers of distracted and impaired driving behaviors.

VDI Announces New Release of One Simple Decision Focused on the Consequences of Drugged Driving

VDI Announces New Release of One Simple Decision Focused on the Consequences of Drugged Driving – With states voting to legalize the recreational and medicinal use of marijuana, there is the inevitable potential for increased drugged driving and subsequent increased crash and fatality rates.  One Simple Decision now emphasizes how over-the-counter medications, prescription drugs, and illegal drugs affect driver safety by impairing vehicle control and judgment.

VDI’s Boating Simulator Wins Innovations Award!

VDI’s Boating Simulator Wins Innovations Award! VDI in partnership with the U.S. Power Squadrons win the 2015 NASBLA Innovations Award. The NASBLA (National Association of State Boating Law Administrators) Award is presented annually to the program or initiative that demonstrates the highest level of innovation leading to advances in boating safety.

VDI Launches Boating Simulator

VDI Launches Boating Simulator VDI in partnership with the U.S. Power Squadron launch the Boating Skills Trainer teaching the fundamentals of power boat safety and navigational skills.

VDI at NRECA’s 2015 Safety Summit in Indianapolis

VDI at NRECA’s 2015 Safety Summit Virtual Driver Interactive displaying Virtual HD at the Leading Practices & Vendor Showcase during NRECA’s 2015 Safety Leadership Summit in Indianapolis April 14th – 16th.

Industry Leading Utilities Benefit From VDI’s Driving Simulators

Industry Leading Utilities Benefiting from VDI’s Driving Simulators Multiple utility companies including PSE&G, Minnesota Power and Enmax have chosen to use Virtual HD®, the industry’s first voice-controlled, interactive, simulation-based driver safety program designed to improve hazard recognition skills and reduce crash risk.

VDI Meets Federal “Buy America” Requirements

VDI Meets Federal “Buy America” Requirements Numerous State Highway Safety & Law Enforcement Agencies Choose VDI for Driver Safety Programs.

Law Enforcement, Fire & EMS Agencies Save Lives Using One Simple Decision Program

Law Enforcement, Fire & EMS Agencies Expand Community Outreach Programs Using VDI’s “One Simple Decision” Program Public Safety Agencies Offer Educational Lifesaving Outreach Programs with Innovative Simulation-Based Distracted and Impaired Driving Training Program

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